I'm SO ovejoyed to see other moms joining Moms with Biracial Kids. Welcome and I look foward to getting to know you.
"I'm celebrating the launch of my new kid gear blog, The Next Kid Thing. I have great giveaways planned all week, so come by and join the fun!
Current giveaways include:
Silikids bottle sleeve and kneepad
Bugaboo Micro Fleece…"
"It sounds like you have a fun trip all mapped out! The only other things that I would suggest are Top of the Rock (I prefer this to the Empire State Building and I like that you can get tix online), Dylan's Candy Bar (one of my faves) and if…"
"I'm having a sneak preview of my new blog, the Next Kid Thing, and I'm hosting a giveaway for one of my favorite lines of natural children's bath products. If you win, you can choose any 3 products. The Tangy Tangerine bubble bath,…"
Join this group if you are also on Twitter! It would be great to follow a bunch of the moms that are on here through Twitter as well. Don't forget to leave your Twitter username in the comments when you join this group so we can follow each other!See More
Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time. I just love this site. The women are so embracing and I hope you are enjoying your experience as much as I am.
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